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July 10, 2015
by Angela Meryl, author of STUNTS: THE HOW TO HANDBOOK


ttp:// #Thankyou! for taking me back to where I started! #model #Magazine #Print #Commercial #Fashion. When I first got in the business of Entertainment I was a model. I did Fashion Shows at the Morristown Mall, Cherry Hill Mall every Mall in South Jersey practically. I started off with a group called Girls On The Move. We practiced walking the runway at Mrs. Roberta Lewin’s house (I wonder where she is today) She had a big stage and we walk and pose to the music. Mrs. Ida Pierce (I think that’s her last name) also was a modeling teacher of mine. She was FIERCE she could walk that runway like Naomi Campbell! I did print for Boscovs department store my mom still has those! Maybe I’ll post some of them!! LOL One of the funniest modeling jobs I ever had was Mannequin Modeling. Mannequin Modeling is just what it says you stand in a store window and pose like a Mannequin. People would come by the store and stare and try too make you laugh or move. When I would move it would scare people half to death because they weren’t sure if we were real or not. We did this at Sears also but not in the window right in the front of the store people would walk by and we would move and they practically jump out of their skin!

Fun times! I miss those days of being a model and wouldn’t mind do it again.

Angela Meryl, a former model and make-up artist from Willingboro, New Jersey, received her first stunt gig alongside actor Sinbad, in the movie First Kidd. The game changer occurred when she came crashing through a glass table in the opening scene of Kill Bill Volume I, while doubling Vivica A. Fox. That performance garnered industry wide recognition and applause from peers in the business and fans to this day of the Quentin Tarantino directed cult flick hit.
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